From Ken Rosenthal:
"The Reds are pushing for Haren as well as Bedard, apparently believing that they could acquire such a pitcher without including outfielder Jay Bruce in the deal. A package centered around Homer Bailey and Joey Votto might not be enough, but the Reds' reluctance to part with Bruce is understandable. One rival G.M. says Bruce could be another Larry Walker . . ."
The Indians are rumored to be in the chase with th Reds and Diamondbacks, as Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle points out:
"The Indians could move three top pitching prospects for Haren, however, and though that would leave Cleveland thin for future seasons, the package might be more attractive than the best offer to date, a four-to-five prospect proposal from Arizona. The Reds, who are chasing Baltimore's Erik Bedard, also might turn their focus toward Haren with an offer that could include starter Homer Bailey."